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2014 Yellowfin 42

2014 Yellowfin 42

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Introducing a meticulously maintained 2014 Yellowfin 42, located in Wadmalaw Island, SC, and presented in a striking light blue hull with a hardtop. This vessel is powered by triple Yamaha 350 engines, boasting approximately 1,224 hours of use, ensuring reliable performance and speed on the water. The boat has seen significant updates and maintenance, including the replacement of lower units on all engines in 2021 and flywheels in 2020, highlighting the care and attention it has received. Priced at $409,000 USD, this 42-foot yacht is equipped for both comfort and utility, featuring a MASE generator with around 170 hours, air conditioning, an electric grill, and a cockpit grill for entertaining on board. Additionally, a bow thruster has been installed for enhanced maneuverability.

For navigation and entertainment, this yacht is outfitted with the latest technology, including twin Furuno TZ-touch 3D NavNet with new screens, a 72-mile radar, Simrad AP28 autopilot, and two Garmin 8” displays complemented by ICOM VHF radios. Updated Sirius and BBWX4 weather receivers in 2021, along with a Fusion WB670 Stereo system with JL Audio speakers and a new amp, ensure both safety and enjoyment while at sea. The boat also features custom-built switch panels by New Wire in 2021, new underwater and under gunnel lights, and Lee Carbon Fiber Outriggers for fishing enthusiasts. Practical amenities include two large fish boxes with macerators, a 70-gallon live well, a Garelick swim ladder, and twelve rod holders on the gunnels. The recent application of ceramic coat polish and white Petit bottom paint in April 2023, along with included covers for the hardtop and outboards, and an eight-man life raft Zodiac (requiring inspection), underscore the vessel’s exceptional condition and readiness for its next adventure.

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Basic Information:

  • Price: 409,000.00 USD
  • Length: 42 ft
  • Year: 2014
  • Make: Yellowfin
  • Model: 42

Technical Specifications:

  • Beam: 12 ft
  • Draft: N/A
  • Fuel Capacity: 600|gallon
  • Water Capacity: 82|gallon
  • Cruising Speed: N/A
  • Maximum Speed: N/A

Engine Details:

  • Make: Yamaha – Model: F350 – Power: 350|horsepower
  • Make: Yamaha – Model: F350 – Power: 350|horsepower
  • Make: Yamaha – Model: F350 – Power: 350|horsepower


Wadmalaw Island, SC, US

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What makes the 2014 Yellowfin 42 an excellent choice for sea adventures?

The 2014 Yellowfin 42 stands out for its robust triple Yamaha 350 engines and bow thruster, ensuring reliable and maneuverable sea journeys. Equipped with modern navigational tech like Twin Furuno TZ-touch 3D NavNet and Simrad AP28 autopilot, it promises both safety and ease of navigation. Its light blue hull, hardtop, and amenities such as AC, an electric plus cockpit grill, and a MASE generator with low hours make it a comfortable and appealing option for those looking to enjoy time on the water with a touch of luxury.

How does the equipment on the Yellowfin 42 enhance my fishing and boating experience?

The Yellowfin 42 is tailor-made for fishing enthusiasts and boating aficionados alike. With Lee Carbon Fiber Outriggers, dual large fish boxes with macerators, a 70-gallon live well, and twelve rod holders, it’s equipped to support both casual and serious fishing expeditions. Additionally, the new underwater and under gunnel lights, along with a top-notch JL Audio speaker system, set the stage for memorable experiences whether you’re catching fish or cruising at sunset.

What maintenance updates have been done to the 2014 Yellowfin 42 to ensure reliability?

The commitment to keep the 2014 Yellowfin 42 in prime condition is evident from its extensive maintenance updates. The lower units on all engines were replaced in 2021, alongside the flywheels in 2020, ensuring the engines run smoothly. With updated Sirius and BBWX4 weather receivers, custom-built switch panels by New Wire in 2021, and the application of a ceramic coat polish and white Petit bottom paint in April 2023, this yacht is not only reliable but also stands out in aesthetics and performance.

What are the key navigational features of the Yellowfin 42 making it a safe choice for ocean voyaging?

Safety and navigational efficacy are paramount in the Yellowfin 42, featuring Twin Furuno TZ-touch 3D NavNet systems with new screens and a 72-mile radar, augmented by a Simrad AP28 autopilot for precise steering and navigation. Two Garmin 8” displays and ICOM VHF radios ensure constant and clear communication, while the updated weather receivers help anticipate conditions, making it a safe option for open ocean voyages or navigating through tricky waters.

How does the 2014 Yellowfin 42 cater to comfort and convenience on long boating trips?

Designed with long excursions in mind, the Yellowfin 42 includes several features to enhance comfort and convenience on the water. The onboard AC and grill options cater to the needs of food enthusiasts, ensuring fresh meals can be prepared with ease. The installed MASE generator supports extended trips by powering amenities without shore power. The Garelick swim ladder and eight-man life raft Zodiac (pending inspection) prioritize safety and ease of water access, ensuring a blend of adventure and security.

Provided Description:

From The PowerBoat Guide: “The Yellowfin 42 isn’t the only huge outboard center console on the water, but she’s certainly among the best-perhaps the best,” This 42 Yellowfin is loaded, in great condition and ready to go fishing! Light blue hull, hard top, triple 350 Yamaha’s, custom Sea Deck throughout and MASE generator to run the AC and keep things cool when you’re offshore, also to power the cockpit grill for the first catch of the day, she is comfortable and fast!

Equipment Includes Light Blue Hull Hardtop Grey Sea Deck throughout Triple 350 Yamaha’s (approximately 1,224 hours) Mase genset (approximately 170 hours) Cabin with twin berths, AC, head with shower, sink and microwave Ceramic coat polish and white Petit bottom paint April 2023 Bow thruster All 3 lower units replaced in 2021 All 3 fly wheels replaced 2020 Twin Furuno TZ-touch 3D NavNet with new screens 72-Mile radar antennae Simrad AP28 auto pilot (2) Garmin 8” displays (2) ICOM VHF radios Sirius weather receiver 2021 Fusion WB670 Stereo with JL Audio speaker system 2021 New stereo amp 2021 Custom built switch panels by New Wire 2021 BBWZ4 weather receiver 2021 New under water lights and under gunnel lights 2021 Lee Carbon Fiber Outriggers Electric Grill Garelick swim ladder (2) Large fish boxes with macerators 8-Man life raft Zodiac (needs inspection) Covers for hardtop and outboards (12) Rod holders on gunnels 70-Gallon live well (2) Electric reel plugs Vessel WalkthroughCabin: (2) Twin Berths or (1) Double AC Standup head with shower Sink and microwave Teak and Holly flooring Deck: Custom grey Seadeck throughout Pop-Up back rest on bow seats with storage underneath Storage in deck forward of console Seating with backrest forward of console with storage underneath Under gunnel lighting Electronics and Helm: Twin Furuno TZ-touch 3D NavNet – with 72 mile radar Simrad AP28 autopilot Twin Garmin 8” displays Twin ICOM VHF’s Sirius weather receiver 2021 BBWX4 weather receiver 2021 ACR remote spotlight Ritchie compass Fusion WB670 stereo with JL Audio speaker system 2021 New stereo amp 2021 New custom built switch panels by New Wire 2022 Additional Equipment: New windlass 2018 – bow and helm controls 70-Gallon live well Salt and freshwater wash downs Freshwater wash in gunnels (5) Rod holders in hardtop (12) Rod holders in gunnels (2) Electric reel plugs (3) Tackle drawers to starboard Plano storage starboard (3) Tackle drawers aft (4) Sealed batteries under console New Perco switches 2-RULE 2000 gph bilge pumps 1100 gph Baitwell pump 30 amp Shorepower Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment: Triple Yamaha 350’s. Port – LF350XCB – 1,210 hours Center – F350VCB – 1,212 hours Starboard – F350XCB – 1,224 hours MASE generator – approximately 170 hours Broker’s CommentsThis is a really nice 42 Yellowfin that is ready to go!

Fly Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by United Yacht Sales – South Carolina / North Carolina Area.

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